Innovation feeder

when was the last time you did something for the first time?
January 24, 2008, 1:08 am
Filed under: creativity, Innovative stimulus, Looking for insights

I’ve been reading up on the future of travel for a project I’m working on and came across this question on one of the travel blogs I ‘ve been following. It’s a simple question but a goodie. I’m tempted to say, . . “what a good question to open an innovation session with to talk about how we get into particular rivers of thinking and often don’t realise that we stick to sameness unless we force ourselves to think & act differently . . yada yada” but the truth is, it’s a good question to ask yourself, not because you want to be more innovative or creative, not because you even want to be more interesting, just because sometimes we have to remind ourselves to dive head first into life no matter how cold the water may be or how much might spray up our nose. So . . .

When was the last time you did something for the first time?

Well . . .?

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Today. (But that was the first in a long time.)

You know what, it wasn’t as scary as I thought it was going to be. Now that its over, I found I liked it.

Comment by Gavin Heaton

Good question – I’m ashamed to say it was quite some time ago! When you get so busy you really have to think about it don’t you?

Comment by Dave

I get your point but it still is a good question to start off a workshop with🙂
Nice one

Comment by Creativegrrl

Friday. Yes, as a matter of fact I forgot to go to a very expensive festival event until just after it had finished. That’s the first time I’ve done that😦

Comment by Kerrie

Go on friend . . tell us what you really think

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